Also in this issue
NIHR Signal: Exercise therapy may still improve balance when started a long time after a stroke
In the first of our regular series from the National Institute for Health Research, we look at stroke.
Love activity, Hate exercise?: the power of the conversation
As part of our Love activity, Hate exercise?
3 minutes with M-J Sharp's long and winding road to diagnosis
As a young adult, physio student M-J Sharp had problems caused by hip dysplasia.
Advice line: CSP's digital operation for your membership
Nina Paterson on the CSP’s digital operation and how it enhances your membership.
Time to tackle a major killer
A national taskforce has been set up to reduce lung disease mortality, writes Alison Cook.
First contact physios get green light in Scotland
A new role for physios in GP surgeries will open up opportunities UK-wide says Kenryck Lloyd-Jones.
Editors comment: prescription pitfalls
We have some strong clinical issues for you in this issue of Frontline.
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